Pregnancy

Pregnancy

Congratulations on being pregnant! If this is your first, you’ll be full of questions & uncertainties about what to expect on your journey. Find out what to expect in your pregnancy week by week & how big your baby is at every stage. Why not check our baby names.
First Trimester
First Trimester
The first few weeks...
Second Trimester
Second Trimester
Getting there...
Third Trimester
Third Trimester
Almost there...

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Packing your hospital bag
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Questions & Answers

First trimester and always tired. How can I cope with this fatigue?

During the first 12 weeks of pregnancy, you’re likely to feel tired all the time. This is a normal reaction to the changes in your body.
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What medications are safe during pregnancy?

Most drugs cross the placenta and so there may be some minor risks
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Sharp, piercing pain in my pelvic area. What could be causing it, and should I worry?

Many women will experience pain in their pelvic and abdominal region during pregnancy, known as round ligament pain.
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What should I know about abdominal pain during pregnancy?

With pregnancy comes a host of changes to a woman’s body that may make it difficult to determine the severity of abdominal pain.
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Pregnancy discharge: is it normal to have discharge while pregnant?

Most women will notice an increase in their normal vaginal discharge during pregnancy.
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What is an ultrasound?

 Ultrasounds have become the norm for all pregnant women but what exactly goes on?
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Can I fly in the third trimester?

Flying is limited for pregnant women.
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Is it normal to have headaches during pregnancy, and what can I do about them?

Headaches are always a nightmare but they are an ordinary side effect of pregnancy, and the hormonal and lifestyle changes that accompany it.
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